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Final CFP: ACM Hypertext 2003 in Nottingham, U.K.

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       Hypertext 2003 - Nottingham - August 26-30, 2003
                    http://www.ht03.org
              Call for Second-Round Submissions

In this email:
     * the call for second-round category submissions for Hypertext 2003
                * * *  DEADLINE 30th MAY 2003  * * *
     * list of accepted full papers
     * listings of tutorials and workshops
     * some of the great events we have planned
     * registration details

Other information about the conference, its location, events,
keynotes etc can be found at the conference website www.ht03.org

Final call for submissions
--------------------------

The final, second round of submissions for Hypertext 2003 is now open and
you are invited to submit proposals in the following categories:
        * short papers
        * hypertext readings
        * doctoral consortium abstracts
        * poster abstracts
        * demonstration abstracts
        * technical briefings
The details for preparing and submitting work for these categories can
all be found on the conference website at
        http://www.ht03.org
under the "Submissions" link in the menu.

Submission deadlines:
- Second round (short papers, poster abstracts and doctoral
consortium papers) -
                * * *  May 30th, 2003  * * *

Full papers to be presented
---------------------------
We are happy to announce that the following papers will be presented at
ACM Hypertext '03:
        * Finding the Story - Broader Applicability of Semantics and
          Discourse for Hypermedia Generation
          Lloyd Rutledge, Martin Alberink, Rogier Brussee, Stanislav
          Pokraev, William van Dieten, Mettina Veenstra

        * IUHM, a hypermedia-based model for integrating open services,
          data and metadata
          Nanard Jocelyne, Nanard Marc, King Peter


        * Physical Hypermedia: Organising Collections of Mixed Physical
          and Digital Material
          Kaj Gronbaek, Jannie F. Kristensen, Peter Orbaek, Mette Agger Eriksen

        * The Ambient Wood Journals - Replaying the Experience
          Mark J. Weal, Danius T. Michaelides, Mark K. Thompson, David De Roure

        * AHA! meets Auld Linky : Integrating Designed and Free-form Hypertext
          Systems
          David Millard, Koen O. Aben, Hugh Davis, Paul De Bra, Mark Weal

        * Extracting Evolution of Web Communities from a Series of Web Archives
          Masashi Toyoda, Masaru Kitsuregawa

        * Do Adaptation Rules Improve Web Cost Estimation?
          Emilia Mendes, Steve Counsell, Nile Mosley

        * Decentering the Dancing Text: from dance intertext to hypertext
          Tim Miles-Board, Deveril, Janet Lansdale, Leslie Carr, Wendy Hall

        * Which Semantic Web?
          Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman

        * The Connectivity Sonar: Detecting Site Functionality by Structural
          Patterns
          Einat Amitay, David Carmel, Adam Darlow, Ronny Lempel, Aya Soffer

        * Refinement of TF-IDF Schemes for Web Pages using their Hyperlinked
          Neighboring Pages
          Kazunari Sugiyama, Kenji Hatano, Masatoshi Yoshikawa, Shunsuke Uemura

        * Untangling Compound Documents on the Web
          Nadav Eiron, Kevin S. McCurley

        * Providing Support for Browsing Intricately Interconnected Paths
          Pratik Dave, Unmil P. Karadkar, Richard Furuta,
          Luis Francisco-Revilla, Frank Shipman, Suvendu Dash

        * Enhanced Web Document Summarization Using Hyperlinks
          Jean-Yves Delort, Bernadette Bouchon-Meunier, Maria Rifqi

        * User-Controlled Link Adaptation
          Theophanis Tsandilas, m.c. schraefel

        * Automatically Sharing Web Experiences through a Hyperdocument
          Recommender System
          Alessandra Alaniz Macedo, Khai Nhut Truong, Jose Antonio
          Camacho-Guerrero, Maria da Graca Campos Pimente

        * HyperReal: A Hypermedia Model for Mixed Reality
          Luis Romero, Nuno Correia

        * Structure and Behavior Awareness in Themis
          Kenneth M. Anderson, Susanne A. Sherba, William V. Lepthien

        * A Visual Environment for Dynamic Web Application Composition
          Kimihito Ito, Yuzuru Tanaka

Abstracts for all these papers are available at
        http://www.ht03.org/papers/


Tutorials
---------
We are delighted to offer an excellent line-up of tutorials at this year's
conference:
    * Teaching and Learning with Hypertext
      George Landow [Full Day]
    * Creating Dynamic Video Hypertexts
      Susan Jacobson [Half Day]
    * Bringing XML Hyperdocuments to Life with XSLT and SVG
      Peter Murray-Rust [Full Day]
    * An Introduction to the Semantic Web: Concepts, Technologies and Tools
      Nick Gibbins [Full Day]
    * Usability of e-Learning Websites in Distance Education
      Agnes Kukulska-Hulme [Half Day]
    * Is it literature? Is it art? How artists use hypertext, hypemedia,
      and associative navigation to create new avenues for expression
      Helen Whitehead [Half Day]
    * The Hyperlink Interface - Design of Link Markers in Web and Hypertext
      Systems
      Harald Weinreich and Hartmut Obendorf [Half Day]
    * SMIL 2.0: Interactive Multimedia on the Web
      Lloyd Rutledge [Full Day]
    * Designing Accessible Hypermedia
      Simon Harper et al [Half Day]

You can find full details of tutorials including the scheduled dates at
        http://www.ht03.org/tutorials.html

Workshops
---------
We are fortunate to have a brilliant set of conference workshops for this
year's conference:
    * Third Workshop on Spatial Hypertext [Full Day]
    * Workshop on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems [Full Day]
    * 1st International Workshop on Scholarly Hypertext [Full Day]
    * The 7th New Media Writers' Workshop [Full Day]
    * Hypermedia and the Semantic Web (Development of OHS workshop series) [Full Day]
    * The Second Hyperstructure workshop [Full Day]

You can find details for all of these workshops at
        http://www.ht03.org/workshops.html
Please note that all workships have their own deadlines for submissions.

Other events
------------
We are gradually confirming our other events to accompany the main conference
programme and the social programme. Among some of the exciting events we
have planned are:

        * hypertext films: This year for the first time we will be showing
          two hypertext-themed films as part of the conference programme
        * welcome reception by the Sheriff of Nottingham
        * conference dinner with entertainment
        * ghost walk through Nottingham


Registration
------------
Registration is now open and you can register online by going to the
registration page at
        http://www.ht03.org/registration.html

and following the link to "Online registration".




That's all for now! We look forward to receiving your submissions and to
welcoming you to Nottingham in August!

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